The European Convention on Human Rights

The RightsInfo’s new project, #YourHumanRights have produced an extensive range of beautiful infographics each representing a key right in the European Convention. Everyone is welcome to download and print these infographics for free by clicking the “download” link.

Download: What Human Rights do for children 

Download: What Human Rights do for families

More at source: The European Convention on Human Rights in 16 beautiful infographics


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